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For law firms

The Ultimate Guide: How to Build Legal Products

A step-by-step guide on how law firms can conceive, build, and market software products that generate new business and grow revenue

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Selling a $1,000 service as a $100 product

How a solo practicioner developed his own discretionary trust automations and undercut large tech companies to capture an underserved market.

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Law Firm Marketing: The Strategy
Guide (2021)

A step-by-step guide to the top law firm marketing strategies and tools, covering topics like search engine optimization, website design, email marketing, PPC, and more.

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Document automation guide

Discover how legal document generation workflows are helping law firms not only increase efficiency but also offer the public their own LegalZoom-like products.

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Sample clause library

Popular clauses from a wide range of corporate filings. Find many versions of each clause sorted by most frequently used in a filing.

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Transforming immigration law expertise into software products

How a leading US law firm is using off-the-shelf document automation software to create interactive websites that scale the reach and impact of their practice.

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Using self-help legal triage to make client work more personal

Allowing clients to perform self-help legal triage means attorneys can focus on building relationships. Sophie Alcorn shares how she uses automations at her award-winning immigration law firm.

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Document assembly for medical debt

What if there was an app for medical debt? Attorney Greg Anjewierden is building document automation apps that help people defend themselves in court and draft required paperwork.

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Tinkering with tech at a small immigration law firm

What does it look like for a small immigration law to start building their own legal apps for self-help triage and intake? Kim Felton, cofounder of Onward Immigration Law, explains how a knack for tinkering and a desire to claw back time for a more balanced lifestyle led her to dive into the world of DIY technology.